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Chance of massive San Andreas earthquake next week is disturbingly high

A swarm of small earthquakes along the notorious San Andreas fault has increased Southern California's risk for a major one. No one really felt the more than 200 tiny quakes that rumbled under the Salton Sea earlier this week. Still, the California Office of Emergency Services issued an earthquake advisory for several counties, including San Diego, Los Angeles and San Bernardino.
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